The blackboard behind her has "Class #69" written on it, and she proceeds to suggestively eat an apple and a banana and pour milk over the fruit.
The young singer was detained on Friday on accusations of promoting debauchery in her latest music video "I Have Issues".
The girl, a resident of Cairo quarter of Al Nuzah, was taken in custody for investigations on Saturday after several legal complaints were lodged against her video entitled I have Problems.
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Shortly after she was arrested, the 21-year-old young woman has apologized for the video, motivating that she did not expect to trigger such reactions.
The paper also reported that, on Monday, two days after her arrest, the public prosecutor's office ordered that the singer's detention be extended for a week.
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"I didn't imagine all this would happen and that I would be subjected to such a strong attack from everyone", she wrote on her now-deleted Facebook page. A Facebook page has also been created openly calling for the "execution" of Loubna Abidar, who played the film's main character, Nouha, and director Nabil Ayouch Within hours, the page has attracted almost 700 likes.
A lawsuit was filed after video emerged showing Sherine Abdel Wahab being asked at a concert previous year to sing Mashrebtesh Men Nilha (Have You Drunk From The Nile?).
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Another singer is meanwhile facing trial for "spreading provocative publicity" because she suggested that drinking from the River Nile could make someone ill.
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